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Conservatory Info
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Hardwood Conservatory for Your Home

 

Homeowners today have a lot of options when it comes to the material of their conservatory such as uPVC, aluminium, or hardwood conservatories. Out of these materials, hardwood conservatories can create much more variety than you regular conservatory because of the fact that it is made out of wood.

 

 

Conservatories made from wood are highly attractive and can offer a different look and experience. It can be individualized to the last detail and can be personalised through wood carvings and others. There are basically a handful of wood kinds that are used for conservatories. One is the mahogany, sapele, timber, and even iroko, and idigbo. Each wood has different features, looks, and benefits to offer. Hardwood timber is the best construction material for a conservatory because of its strength, durability, and beauty.

 

If you are considering having a hardwood conservatory built, you need to keep in mind that materials you will be using must come from sources that use wood from managed forest. Harvesting timber from a managed forest ensures that the trees are monitored and will be replaced through a continuous cycle of tree cutting and planting. Through this, cutting down trees for the construction of hardwood conservatories still has a positive effect for the environment.

 

There are two ways of having a hardwood conservatory built. One is through DIY kits while the other is through professional companies offering the service. If you have construction skills, then it would be wiser and cheaper to have the conservatory built with your hands. It will save you more money yet require your time. However, if you do not have time yet have enough resources for a wooden conservatory, you can hire professionals for the job.

 

What about planning permission? If you live in a conservation area or on a listed building, a conservatory made from wood maybe your best choice. These conservatories are safe for the environment and do not disturb the natural landscape.

 

Having a hardwood conservatory in your backyard is less hard on the surroundings and can give the same level of comfort offered by uPVC and aluminium conservatories. If sourced properly, you are doing our environment a favour by going green and eco-friendly on your conservatory choice.

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